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  1. Marguerite Alice "Missy" LeHand (September 13, 1896 – July 31, 1944) was a private secretary to U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR) for 21 years. According to LeHand's biographer Kathryn Smith in The Gatekeeper, she eventually functioned as White House Chief of Staff, the only woman in American history to do so.

  2. 23. Okt. 2016 · During the New Deal, Eleanor Roosevelt redefined the role of first lady and Frances Perkins broke ground as the first woman in the cabinet. And then there was Marguerite LeHand, whose official ...

  3. Cemetery Name: Mount Auburn Cemetery. Marguerite “Missy” LeHand, was Franklin D. Roosevelt's personal secretary and confidant for more than twenty years. LeHand was born in Postdam, New York to Daniel and Mary LeHand, both the children of Irish immigrants.

  4. 4. Okt. 2016 · A biography of Missy LeHand, the personal secretary and companion of Franklin Roosevelt for more than 20 years. Learn how she supported his political and social activities, helped him recover from polio, and became his gatekeeper and confidant. Discover her role in the partnership that defined a presidency and the untold story of the partnership that defined a presidency.

  5. Marguerite Alice "Missy" LeHand (September 13, 1896 – July 31, 1944) was a private secretary to U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR) for 21 years. According to LeHand's biographer Kathryn Smith in The Gatekeeper, she eventually functioned as White House Chief of Staff, the only woman in American history to do so.

  6. Biographical / Historical. Marguerite Alice LeHand, nicknamed "Missy" by the Roosevelt children, was the confidential private secretary of Franklin D. Roosevelt from 1920, when FDR campaigned for vice-president, until she became incapacitated by a stroke in June 1941.